Posts Tagged ‘Arts & Entertainment’

Sarnia’s nightlife and entertainment weekly rundown from SarniaRocks.com

Current Events in Sarnia provided by Michele Dionne and SarniaRocks.com

LambtonShield.com and Michele Dionne, of SarniaRocks.com, have teamed up to provide our readers with the most accurate, thorough weekly guide to Sarnia's burgeoning nightlife and entertainment scenes as well as information about charity and other non-profit events. Each week, LambtonShield.com updates its readers with the latest information about what's happening in and around Sarnia-Lambton. Highlights […]

Imperial Theatre to show Rocky Horror Picture Show on Saturday

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Just in time for Hallowe'en, it's the Imperial Theatre's showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, featured this Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15.

Bayfest announces Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper will collide at this summer’s event

Bruce Dickinson (Left) & Alice Cooper (Right)

Rockers and Metal Heads, get ready. Rogers Bayfest announced today that legendary rock icons Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper will collide on stage at this year's music festival on Jul. 14. Michele Stokley delivered the highly anticipated news this morning and said that the bands were also set to give the news to their respective […]

David Burrows talks about life, karaoke, and his new weekly YouTube show that spotlights local content

David Burrows from The Show

David Burrows has always had a long-held interest in entertainment, performing in front of others, celebrating the city where he's lived all his life, and sharing his views on all kinds of topics. It was only natural that he would one day host a successful weekly YouTube program called "The Show" that puts a big […]

Arkells make champion’s return to Sarnia after a successful outing at Bayfest

Arkells at The Industry on February 11

  The Arkells made their highly anticipated, supercharged return to our fair city last night at The Industry, touring through town to promote their new album aptly coined Michigan Left. This sonically-pleasing, powerfully melodic Hamilton-based five member alternative rock ensemble made their debut in the city at last year’s Rogers Bayfest, opening for legendary The […]

Michael Vanhevel connects with his fans, gives stellar performance at Sarnia’s historic Imperial Theatre

Michael Vanhevel at Sarnia's Imperial Theatre on February 10

A lot of performers have donned a suit, stepped up to the mic and made an attempt at the classics and gold standards. It's a captivating cannon of music which is ageless and immediately resonates with a music fans of all ages. The problem, though, when you sing classic songs is that it's nearly impossible […]

Gallery Lambton hosting bus trip to Museum London to see Larry Towell’s new exhibition: Danger and Aftermath

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Gallery Lambton is hosting a bus trip to Museum London on Sunday, Feb. 26, to visit Lambton County photographer Larry Towell's new exhibition: Danger and Aftermath. The bus trip includes a conversation between Towell and Professor Sharon Sliwinski, an Assistant Professor at UWO's Faculty of Information and Media Studies. The discussion will focus on the […]

Snowfest making snow in preparation for gala celebration beginning Monday

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  Snow Production is in full swing in Centennial Park as Snowfest gets ready for its opening Jan. 16. The event runs through Jan. 22. Starting Friday morning (Jan. 13) the temperature dropped enough that Snowfest volunteers were able to fire up the Wizzard snow maker and it will make snow right through the night […]

First Friday ‘walkabout’ great start to New Year 2011

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The inaugural First Friday event of the year is ready and set for Jan. 7, say organizers. With art shows, live entertainment and more, the cultural walkabout continues to generate excitement and a sense of community among those with a new or existing affinity for the arts. Events and attractions include: At Ups N' Downs (226 Front […]